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Shelving for the Warehouse

Boltless shelving systems (open style) that incorporate adjustable steel support beams as deck supports and do not rely on sway-bracing for stability and are often chosen because of their ease in assembly; here are no nuts and bolts needed to assemble this style of shelving unit. Another feature is, there is no need for bracing. All 4 sides of this of unit can be accessed which, is a great feature to have when space is limited or, if the preference is to have the ability to pull merchandise from sides.

There are light, medium and heavy duty boltless shelving component options available. When incorporated into the unit’s design, these different components allow the user to customize their system’s weight capacity requirements to their specific needs. This is also a cost saving feature since the user is not locked into a one-size-fits-all system.

Various decking options offer another level of versatility to the Bolt less style of shelving. Depending on your needs, you could go with the standard wood (particle board) shelf deck. If you prefer a solid metal shelf, this is an option as well. For users that would to like to keep dust accumulation to a minimum, there are flat screen wire mesh decks that work great for this. These units can either be built as completely free standing units which is great when units need to be moved periodically. Bolt less shelving can also be built with “common” posts when shelving is to be crank-driven or motorized mobile aisle systems are available. These systems are predominately used as file storage where large amounts of capacity are required in a relatively small area such as hospitals or law firms. Instances where multiple users would be accessing different aisles of the same system at the same time would require that more aisles to be worked into the design.

Boltless Shelving

Boltless shelving systems (open style) that incorporate adjustable steel support beams as deck supports and do not rely on sway-bracing for stability and are often chosen because of their ease in assembly; there are no nuts and bolts needed to assemble this style of shelving unit. Another feature is, there is no need for bracing. All 4 sides of this of unit can be accessed which, is a great feature to have when space is limited or, if the preference is to have the ability to pull merchandise from sides.

There are light, medium and heavy duty boltless shelving component options available. When incorporated into the unit’s design, these different components allow the user to customize their system’s weight capacity requirements to their specific needs. This is also a cost saving feature since user is not locked into a one-size-fits-all system

Various decking options offer another level of versatility to the Boltless style of shelving. Depending on your needs, you could go with the standard wood (particle board) shelf deck. If you prefer a solid metal shelf, this is an option as well. For users that would to like to keep dust accumulation to a minimum, there are flat screen wire mesh decks that work great for this.

These units can either be built as completely free standing units which is great when units need to be moved periodically.

Boltless shelving can also be built with “common” posts when shelving is to be configured in long runs and the cost savings are a consideration. The common T-post reduces the need for 2 individual angle posts since, as it name implies, the post can be used where 2 shelving units come together side by side. Units can be ordered in a wide arrange of sizes up to 4’ deep and 8’ wide. Typically shelf supports start at 12” and increase 6” increments. Upright posts can typically be supplied in lengths up to 20’ feet tall.

Metal Clip-Type Shelving

Metal clip-type shelving, much like its boltless style cousin is very good at storing various sized inventory. The need for bracing in this style of shelving makes assembly slightly more involved but what this style loses in ease in assembly, it more than makes up for in ease of adjustability. By simply lifting the shelf and adjusting the supporting shelf clips this unit can have its shelf levels adjusted in mere seconds. For users that have to deal with various sizes in inventory at various times of the year, this time saving feature can be invaluable.

Typical sizes for these units is 12” to 48” deep and 36” and 48” widths.

Cat Walk Systems

Cat Walk Systems or shelving supported multi-level storage system is another use for metal style shelving. In instances where ceiling height is not a deterrence, Users can maximize their space by growing upward with a multilevel system. “Catwalk” shelving allow users to expand their storage capabilities but decrease the storage system’s footprint.

High Density Mobile Aisle Shelving

High Density Mobile Aisle Shelving is a storage system where shelving such as Boltless or Metal shelving can be placed on rolling platform carriages. These wheeled carriages allow the user to effortlessly move a shelving aisle either to the left or right to gain access to a specific aisle. Like the catwalk system, these systems are preferred when space limited but certain storage requirements are a necessity. Manual crank-driven or motorized mobile aisle systems are available. These systems are predominately used as file storage where large amounts of capacity are required in a relatively small area such as hospitals or law firms. Instances where multiple users would be accessing different aisles of the same system at the same time would require that more aisles to be worked into the design.
 

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